Our program offers many substantial advantages. Our residents also spend one third of their time at Northshore University Healthsystems’ Evanston campus, located 20 minutes from downtown Chicago. Our program, including our full time faculty, 28 residents, medical students, and staff, work together as a cohesive team. The academic endeavors at our primary teaching hospital are world- renowned. Residents learn to practice at the forefront of medicine integrating advances in basic science, new technology and clinical care. With the majority of training provided at the University of Chicago, our residents have access to the multiple disciplines of the major university. Collaboration is strongly encouraged in both research and clinical activities. Clinical teaching at Northshore further strengthens the residency experience. Our residents receive quality academic instruction in a community based hospital with the full complement of academic faculty in all subspecialty areas. This allows our residents to see different systems’ models for health care delivery and leads to greater resource utilization. During the four-year program, our residents develop increasing responsibility and autonomy in serving our diverse patient population with a full range of medical concerns. Under the supervision of our fulltime faculty of clinicians and researchers, our residents begin rewarding careers. At the University of Chicago, hard work is combined with teaching, learning and collegiality, and the end product is excellent clinical training. We are proud of our residents who find fulfilling futures in diverse areas of academic research, medical administration or clinical practice.
Diversity and Inclusion
The University of Chicago is dedicated to contributing to a supportive and inclusive environment for all community members. We believe that intellectual and demographic diversity are the keys to innovative research and development. In order to achieve this institutional mission, the office of Diversity and Inclusive actively woks to identify, attract, and support talented, women, first generation, immigrant, low income, and underrepresented students of color, from as many diverse backgrounds as possible. Through campus initiatives and partnerships, underrepresented students are provided with resources to succeed on campus and beyond.
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